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Paul Chang-Ha Lim
This contextualised study illuminates the oft-misunderstood aspects of Richard Baxter's ecclesiology: purity, unity, and liberty. In doing so, it sheds further light on the nature of seventeenth-century English Puritanism, and the quest for the true church and the corresponding conflicts between ...
Edited by Gareth Williams and Paul Bibire
This volume contains seven papers relating to Norse history and literature. Two cover issues of saga genre, two explore the relationship between sagas and medieval hagiography, and three consider aspects of the Norse settlement in Scotland from an interdisciplinary perspective. With ...
Edited by Paul A. Harris and Michael Crawford
The essays in this volume all originated at the 2001 conference of the International Society for the Study of Time. The theme 'Time and Uncertainty' sounds redundant, but the contributions try to come to terms with the irreducible openness of time and the impermanence of life.
Paul Douglas Lockhart
This study of Danish foreign policy in the late sixteenth century examines the efforts of Denmark’s King Frederik II (1559-88) to create an international alliance of European Protestants as protection against advances of Counter-Reformation Catholicism.
Compiled and edited by Cynthia Davies, Jonathan Shelley, Paul Harding, Ian McLean, Ross Gardiner and Graeme Peirson
For most British natural historians, there is one vertebrate order that could well be said to be “out of sight, out of mind.” This is our freshwater fishes, familiar principally only to anglers, those concerned with managing rivers and other waterbodies, and a few research scientists. The ...
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